Tunisian Authorities Extend Their Ban on Libyan Flights
The ban on Libyan flights from landing in Carthage airport has been extended to the 31st of January, according to Libyan Airways Co.
Libyan Airways Company announced today that they received a letter from the Tunisian civil aviation authority which has issued an order on the 5th of September demanding Libyan flights to land in Sfax airport rather than Carthage.
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